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Trump Wall Street Adviser: Obama's New Rule Treats Stock Brokers Like Dred Scott Treated Slaves

One of Donald Trump’s top Wall Street fundraisers said an Obama administration rule cracking down on retirement fees and bad investment advice “could be the dumbest decision to come out of the U.S. government in the last 50 to 60 years.” Anthony Scaramucci, who founded Skybridge Capital, a firm that sells funds made up of hedge funds, made the comments at a securities conference last week in Washington, Investment News reports.
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